The Book of Numbers
Many believe that the author of the books Genesis, Exodus and the Book of Numbers is actually Moses. The Book of Numbers deals about the forty-year time span after the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. There are an awful lot of numbers mentioned in the Book of Numbers, hence its name. The numbers seem to have relevance.
According to physician and America’s leading herbalist Dr. Joseph S. Puleo, he was inspired during some mystical experiences to study the Book of Numbers for healing frequencies. As strange as this may sound, eventually he did find 6 sound frequencies in the Book of Numbers chapter 7, verses 12-89!
The frequencies found are 396 Hz, 417 Hz, 528 Hz, 639 Hz, 741 Hz, and 852 Hz. These frequencies are the frequencies of the old Solfeggio scale. It was used in Gregorian and Sanskrit chants. The syllables used to denote the tones of this scale are:
Ut-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La, they are taken from the medieval song Ut Quent Laxis, a Gregorian chant written for John the Baptist.
Ut queant laxis
Translation: In order that the slaves might resonate (resound) the miracles (wonders) of your creations with loosened (expanded) vocal chords. Wash the guilt from (our) polluted lips Saint John.
The text in Ut Quent Laxis seem to suggest that these notes open up a channel of communication with the Divine.
In a vision Dr. Joseph S. Puleo was shown to use the number reduction methodology of Pythagoras on the numbers in the text. It is a very simple reduction method chucking big numbers into a single digit. The values of all digits in the number are added up. When after the first addition the number still contains more than one digit, the process is repeated. Here’s an example:
456 reduces to 4+5+6 = 15, that next reduces to 1 + 5 = 6. So the number 456 reduces eventually to the single digit 6.
Jopeph Puleo found repetitions of a single issue or subject in the Book of Numbers that was brought up. The first thing he found was that of the frequent mentioning of the number of the day, the first day, the second day, the third day etc. The first day was referenced in verse 12, the second day was mentioned in verse 18 and the third day in verse 24. The last reference to a day was found in verse 78. All day references were found in verses starting at verse 12 with an increment of 6.
The Pythagorean reduction of these verse numbers is:
12 = 1 + 2 = 3
18 = 1 + 8 = 9
24 = 2 + 4 = 6
30 = 3 + 0 = 3
36 = 3 + 6 = 9
42 = 4 + 2 = 6
Do you see the repetition now of 396, 396 etc this keeps going on until verse 78 is reached! This is how the first frequency corresponding to the Ut tone was found.
The other frequencies were found using other repetitive issues found in the text. Surprisingly all frequencies that were found this way, matched up with the frequencies of the Solfeggio scale.
The Solfeggio scale after a while was forbidden by the church and changed into our current popular Tempered scale. Ut was changed into Do and its frequency changed, also the seventh Ti note was added. However, the total harmony of the original scale was gone.
It is now believed that the frequencies found by Puleo have healing properties. The frequency of 528 Hz supposedly has healing effects on DNA. The frequency seems to influence the water molecules that surround the DNA helix.
Glen Rein of the Quantum Biology Research Lab in New York has performed experiments with in vitro DNA that was exposed to different recordings of music styles. He used a technique to convert the music into audio scalar waves. He used two phase opposite sound sources from the same music to self-cancel the waves and create scalar audio waves. In the experiment a CD player, an amplifier and a spiral like self-cancelling coil were used. Four styles of music were played to test tubes containing in vitro DNA. The absorption of UV light of the DNA test tube samples was measured after an hour.
Gregorian chants had caused a 5 to 9.1 % increase in the absorption of UV light due to the unwinding of the DNA helix. Sanskrit chanting caused a similar 5.8% to 8.2% effect. Rock (0-1%) and classical music (0-1.1%) had little or no effect. Glen Rein finally concluded that the audible sound waves of the Solfeggio scale can cause resonance in DNA and can have healing effects.
The question is who put these frequencies into the Book of Numbers? If Moses was the author of this book, he may have gotten this knowledge from the Egyptians. It remains a mystery, but the fact is that musical frequencies are mentioned in the Book of Numbers that have scientifically measurable effects on DNA. It has been suggested that these frequencies have DNA healing properties...
Hmm, "forbidden by the church? Indeed! This is VERY INTERESTING!
More on sound: I'm thinking that there are entrances to passages in the Great Pyramid that will open with the proper sound. Like a voice-recognition kind of thing.
|The Book Exodus |
A very interesting fact is that archaeologist Howard Middleton-Jones claims he has found the entrance to the Arc of the Covenant, the shrine that contains the stone tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments given to Moses by God. According to Middleton-Jones, the entrance is to be found in the Great Pyramid at the Giza plateau.
The entrance to the Ark of Covenant supposedly faces the south end wall of the Grand Gallery of the Great Pyramid. In his book ‘Giza-Genesis, the best kept secrets’ he gives exact details on how the door to the secret hidden passage may be opened.
He discovered this entrance by studying the biblical book Exodus in which God gives detailed instructions to Moses for the constructions of the Ark of the Covenant as the storage place for the Ten Commandments. He discovered that in minute detail the construction and materials used for the Grand Gallery of the Great Pyramid were actually being described in the book of Exodus! Howard Middleton-Jones however does not believe that the Ark of Covenant contains the Ten Commandments, he has come to the conclusion that it must be a crystal of Atlantean origin placed deep beneath the Giza plateau for the stabilization of the Earth grid.